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15 July 2011

Stories from 15 July 2011

Bhutan: Legalizing Abortion

Nepal: Budget 2011/12

Bhutan: No Uncontested Winners In Election

Colombia's Armed Conflict Threatening Indigenous Peoples

Paraguay: Congress Rejects Amendment That Would Allow Presidential Re-Election

Trinidad & Tobago: Impressionistic Art

Bermuda: Out of Sync Development

Bahamas: Road Works

Cuba: Interview with Palacios

Russia: Clashes in Sagra

Bermuda: The Good Governance Act

Peru: Transportation Strike in Lima: A Campaign Against the Mayor?

The mayor of Lima, Susana Villarán, has experienced an outpour of all kinds criticism at the six month mark of her term. A strike by transportation carriers on July 13...

Germany: Rocking the Wall of the GDR

Hungary: Legislating Religion

Russia: Illusory Economic Stagnation?

Morocco: A Personal Tale of Protest

The Moroccan pro-democracy movement known as February 20, struggles to communicate with the public amid a government-led campaign to discredit it. The movement primarily uses the Internet to explain its...

China: DIY I-Pad 3

China: High-speed rail

China: Why Weibo?

Malaysia: Facebook Netizens Want Prime Minister to Resign

A Facebook page demanding the resignation of Malaysia’s Prime Minister has gathered almost 200,000 supporters a few days after it was created. The campaign was initiated on the same day...

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